Mole-it!

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Mole-it!
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Appears in Mario Party 6
Type 2-vs.-2 mini-game
Time limit 30 seconds
Music Jazzy

Mole-it! is a 2-vs.-2 minigame found in Mario Party 6. The name may be a pun on the phrase "Move it," a rude way of asking someone to move.

Mole-it! also appears in the Miracle Book on the page "Poppin' Out of the Pipe."

Introduction[edit]

During the day, several Monty Moles peek their heads out of all the pipes, then retreat. At night, two Monty Moles have peeked their heads out. The players attempt to ground-pound them but fail.

Gameplay[edit]

The minigame's objective is slightly different between day and night. In the daytime version, teams have to jump to hit the Monty Moles from the pipes at the top side by using the head as they pop out to gain points. Piranha Plants also emerge from the pipes; hitting them stuns the player. There are also golden Monty Moles, which give players three points when hit. The team who has the higher score wins.

In the nighttime version, the pipes are on the ground, so players need to ground-pound to hit the Monty Moles.

Ending[edit]

During the day, Monty Moles emerge from the winning team's pipes, while Piranha Plants emerge from the losers' pipes. At night, the losers are surrounded on both sides by Piranha Plants, while the winners have Monty Moles peeking out of the pipes between them. If the minigame ends in a draw, Monty Moles emerge from the pipes on both teams.

Controls[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move
  • A Button – Jump
  • A Button A Button – Ground-pound (at night)

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules (Day)"Jump to smack the Monty Moles as they emerge from pipes overhead. The team with the most points wins!"
  • Rules (Night)"Ground-pound Monty Moles that peek out of pipes. The team with the most points wins!"
  • Advice"Monty Moles are worth one point. Golden Monty Moles are worth three points. Piranha Plants will temporarily stun you."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ポカポカ!チョロプー
Pokapoka! Choropū
Beat Up! Monty Moles
Spanish ¡Topo! Mole!
French Taupe-là Portmanteau of taupe (mole) and Tope-là! ("Give me five!")
German Monty Kopfnuss Monty Clout
Italian Sbuca la Talpa Pop Out the Mole